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winter-hardy

or win·ter·har·dy

[ win-ter-hahr-dee ]
/ ˈwɪn tərˌhɑr di /
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adjective (esp. of plants, shrubs, or the like)
able to survive the effects of cold weather.
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OTHER WORDS FROM winter-hardy

win·ter–har·di·ness, win·ter·har·di·ness, noun
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